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Longarm Services

Don’t just make those quilt tops and stop!  Let us help you complete
it with one of our beautiful edge-to-edge quilting designs.  

We have a large selection of wide back fabrics for your convenience as well as batting which we sell by the inch.

Binding problems...Either let us do it for you OR let us teach you how.

Longarm Quilting Pricing

 


Service                                               Cost

Edge to Edge Quilting (minimum $25)                                               $.018 per square inch

Edge to Edge (Dense)                                                                        $.02 Per Square Inch 

Basting Service (Minimum $30)                                                          $.008 Per Square Inch 

Batting (sold by the inch or yard)                                                         96" Batting (Hobbs 80/20)  $8.00 per yard 
                                                                                                            120" Batting (Hobbs 80/20) $9.50 per yard
                                                                                                             108" Black Hobbs Cotton  $9.25 per yard

Binding (Minimum $25)                                                                        $.20 per linear inch
Made, Attached, & Stitched by Machine 

Attaching & Top Stitching Pre-Made Binding                                        $.15 per linear inch

Trim Quilt after quilting  (per customers request)                                 $10                                      



How to get a rough estimate of cost of quilting:  
  1. Determine the overall square inches in your quilt, measure the width and length of the quilt.  Multiply these two measurements. For example: for a quilt that is 60”x72” = 4320 square inches.
  2. Then, multiply this total square inch amount by $..018, for example: 4320 x $.018 = $77.76 for the edge to edge quilting service.
  3. To calculate binding cost, find your linear inches by adding all four sides together, for example for your quilt that is 60”x72”:  60 + 60 + 72 + 72 = 264 linear inches.